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Tired of fake news? Turn to newspapers

May 31, 2018 Do you use social media as a news source? Are you sure you can separate fact from fiction? In January 2018, Farhad Manjoo of The New York Times decided to turn off all his digital news notifications... more »»

In Flanders Fields

May 28, 2018 The GreatWar 1914-1918 Flanders Poppy on the First World War battlefield. more »»

Inside the Iowa House - 2018 Session Adjourns

May 24, 2018 Many years ago, my great uncle purchased a grocery store in Hopkins, Missouri from a previous owner. more »»

Remembering ‘Elbe Day’

May 21, 2018 Seventy three years ago on April 25, American and Soviet soldiers met as wartime allies against Nazi Germany in the closing days of World War II near Torgau, an obscure German town on the Elbe Rive. more »»

Cornfields, Common Sense and Community

May 20, 2018 In the Legislature Another busy pro-Iowa, pro-growth year in the 87th General Assembly has come to a close! A big promise was kept for Iowan. more »»

Guns

May 18, 2018 There have always been killings amongst humans beyond the constant larger wars, and there have long been ‘individual assassinations’ … of presidents, of beloved or brutal leaders. more »»

Honor school board members during May

May 16, 2018 May is School Board Recognition Month and an opportunity for local schools and communities to honor more than 2,000 locally elected school board members for their dedication to children and schoo. more »»

America’s Leaders Need to Wake Up and Do a Better Job Competing With China

May 11, 2018 Tariffs aren’t the only issue on the table when it comes to U.S.-China relations. more »»

Distrcit 72 Update

May 9, 2018 Newsletter for Thursday, May 3, 2018 Week 17 was marked by more debate on budget bills and the debate on a bill to ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected. more »»

On the Stump: Politics 2018

May 4, 2018 State Rep. more »»

Cancer Research Saves Lives

May 4, 2018 Q: Why did you join the effort to designate May as National Cancer Research month? A: Receiving a cancer diagnosis delivers an emotional punch to millions of American families who quickly pin... more »»

Session goes into overtime

May 3, 2018 The 2018 Legislature was scheduled to adjourn on Tuesday, April 17 but it won’t happen anytime soon. more »»

General aviation a boon to Ames

May 2, 2018 With a growing network of researchers, entrepreneurs, and educators, Ames is quickly becoming an innovation center in the Midwest. more »»

Federal investment in agricultural research Essential: Iowa State University Part of Effort Telling Stories of Discovery

May 1, 2018 AMES -A new effort to boost federal investment in agricultural research launched in Washington, D.C., bringing together Iowa State University with15 other public and private universities. more »»

Newsletter for Thursday, April 19

April 27, 2018 Week 15 again was a week marked by behind the scenes work on budget bills and very little floor action. We anticipate that budget bills will be eligible for debate early next week. more »»

Cornfields, Common Sense and Community

April 25, 2018 Our last official day was on Tuesday, our one-hundredth day. more »»

Cornfields, Common Sense and Community

April 20, 2018 In the Legislature This week Governor Reynolds signed Senate File 2177. It is an important bill for consumers and Iowans who have been affected by security breache. more »»

District 72 Update

April 18, 2018 Newsletter for Thursday, April 12, 2018 Week 14 saw a significant slow down on the floor of the House as we dealt with background work on budget and tax reform issues ahead of introducing those bills. more »»

On the origins of Palestinian Christians

April 15, 2018 According to Ottoman statistics, in 1914 Palestine had a population of  657,000  Muslim Arabs, 81,000 Christian Arabs, and 59,000 Jews. more »»

 
 

 

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